An active parent organization functions at Oak Hills. PTO is a volunteer and parent/community organization that exists to promote and enhance the educational opportunities at Oak Hills, and to help develop a sense of community. The Principal and Assistant Principal serve as non-voting members. All parents and interested community members are automatically members of PTO.
Meetings are held monthly, generally on the second Monday alternating between 3:00pm and 7:00pm every other month. The dates and times are listed in the yearly school calendar and on the weekly newsletter.
If you have questions, please feel free to contact the principal, school secretary or any member of the PTO Board as listed below:
President: Katie Rupp
Vice Presidents: Charli Sand and Spring Patterson
Secretaries: Mya Erickson and Kim Harris
Treasurers: Jennifer Cooper and Nicole Evanson
Volunteer Coordinators: Lindsey Burnham and Jo Salicos-Murphy
GLOBAL CITIZENSHIP COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT COMMITTEE
- Amika Takeoka
- Karen Portillo
- Suha Barakat
- Marisol Nunez
- Natsuko Shiba
- Heather Wadia
- Dominique Despain
The Global Citizenship Community Engagement Committee’s responsibilities are as follows:
In collaboration with principals and PTO, promote and assist with District and school-based community outreach activities to increase and improve community engagement and increase the global outlook for our students.
Plan and promote Global Fair and Passport Club.
You can set up an account and then you will be able to get connected to the numerous volunteer opportunities at Oak Hills. Our online system explains the positions, the responsibilities involved, and the estimated time commitment. If you need additional information or clarification on any volunteer opportunity, please contact a member of the PTO Executive Board or a Volunteer Coordinator. Be sure to complete and return the Volunteer Interest Form. We welcome volunteers whether it is just a few times a year or every week. Volunteers are needed for school-wide projects and events, as well as in the classroom and the library. Oak Hills is a school that is proud of their volunteers’ dedication and commitment.
In April 2009, a new background check procedure was instituted in the Beaverton School District. It is now required for all parents, visitors and volunteers that plan on volunteering to complete the background check. This also includes student helpers (middle school/high school). Adult volunteer complete a simple application. All information is kept strictly confidential. Parents must sign in on the computer in the main office upon arrival for volunteer work.